This is book number 5 in the Executive Function series.
Blake generally has a good time... until someone interrupts him and tells him he needs to do something RIGHT NOWHe doesn't understand why he has to clean his room THIS SECOND And he'd much rather be doing ANYTHING than learning multiplication. Blake's mom steps in and helps him see that not all tasks are hard or boring - sometimes he can find a fun way to accomplish a chore of he looks hard enough. She also teaches him an important skill that her father taught her when she was young - the steps to taking initiative. Blake learns questions to ask himself about why he doesn't want to do something, and what he needs to do to get started right away and complete the task. Will Blake be able to take initiative at school and at home? Time to Get Started is another engaging title in the Executive Function series. that inspires children in grades K through 5 to be flexible, organized, and resourceful. True to the author's style, this story offers an entertaining lesson on taking initiative. Tips for parents and educator to help children overcome procrastination are included at the end of the storybook. The series also includes: